"I've had a bit of a bicycle accident," the music star posted on social media along with a picture of his right arm in a cast almost from fist to elbow, confirming the injury.
"I'm currently waiting on some medical advice, which may affect some of my upcoming shows. Please stay tuned for further news." See Sheeran's posthere.
On Sunday (Oct. 15), the singer's spokesman confirmed that he has returned to treatment to complete the program. Over the summer, Carter was arrested for DUI and possession of marijuana, shortly before he came out as bisexual in a series of social media posts.
He was then involved in a car accident and reportedly underwent a number of wellness checks by police. During his break from rehab, Carter updated fans about his recovery and (in a now-deleted post) noted that he's gained 30 pounds since entering treatment.
"I missed you all so much. Needed some time to heal and this is a direct result," he wrote. Read morehere.
In the picture, Jonas is dressed in black, his hand is on Turner's knee and her hand is on top of his, showing off her beautiful engagement ring. "She said yes," the 28-year-old singer wrote while his 21-year-old fiancee captions her photo with, "I said yes."
While the couple has been dating since late last year, they have kept their relationship private and are rarely seen out together in photos. "I'm happier than I've been in a very long time," she recently told the UK paper the Sunday Times. Check out the engagement announcementhere.
The Kentish Delight eatery is reportedly one of the places she's visited with current boyfriend, British actor Joe Alwyn. "The video shows Taylor on a night out," a source told The Telegraph. "All of the locations are places she has been to with Joe. She has spent months quietly going under the radar in London this year and has been out a lot more than anybody realizes."
The "night out" aesthetic explains why shooting reportedly took place from sun-down Sunday 'til sun-up Monday. Reputation is set for release November 10. See images from the after-dark shoothere.
On Monday (Oct. 16), the singer announced The Ones That Like Me Tour, on which he will visit 36 cities, beginning February 1. "People tell you all kinds of things about marketing," Gilbert says of his tour's name in a press release.
"But I want to call it something that speaks to what this tour is: a chance for me to get together with all the people out there who get this music, who believe in these songs and live their lives just like the people back home do. We are all proud Americans, who try to stand up and do the right thing. That isn't marketing, that's life - and that's what my music is made of."
Aaron Lewis (of the rock band Staind) and newcomer Josh Phillips will open the tour. The initial dates arehere.
Young will be joined by LANco and Kane Brown as his opening acts. "It's a weird kind of tightrope you're doing," Young told EW about the balance between playing older fan favorites and showcasing the latest material. "You want to do new stuff, but you also need to be true to yourself and your fans. You want people who have been there since day one to still love the album and want to listen to the whole thing."
"I still get yelled at," Young joked. "'You didn't play this!' But, you know, what, that's fun. That means people care -- and that they listened to the albums!"
The singer, who performed at the tragic Route 91 festival in Vegas, recalled it as "the scariest night of my life," but revealed that it hasn't dampened his resolve to perform for fans moving forward.
"When we finally got out and were safe, I did have a conversation with my family, my manager and my road crew about whether or not to play -- because I had a show Wednesday in Fresno," he said. "And I decided, for me, music can heal and that my decision would be to go play the show. Everybody will be dealing with this for a long time, and everybody will find different ways to cope, and for me, it's through music." See the dates for the first leg of Chris Young's Losing Sleep Tourhere.
The couple cruise back roads in a vintage convertible, winding their way to an old mansion that they explore. The couple dance around in a pond before heading back to the car, with the clip ending on the same date scene from the opening.
Was it all just the singer describing the perfect date to his companion? Watch and decide for yourselfhere.
On Sunday (Oct. 15), Khalifa posted on Twitter that the mixtape will be called Laugh Now, Fly Later and it is scheduled to come out on November 10th.
Khalifa tweeted the news in response to questions from two fans about the status of his new music, and after he previewed snippets of some upcoming tracks. The mixtape will be released ahead of his Rolling Papers 2 album, due to drop in the coming months. See the tweetshere.
The Troy Gentry-led track was recorded before the singer was tragically killed in a helicopter crash on Sept. 8. The video features the track's lyrics interspersed with still shots of the duo.
"What can I say, this song says it all," Eddie Montgomery said (via Billboard). "Troy never sounded better. This video is like a walk down memory lane for me and T-Roy over the years. So many great memories. I am glad to share this with our friends." Watch the videohere.
"To watching hocus pocus 4 million times before Halloween and to carving Willa Gray's first pumpkin," the country star posted on Instagram along with a photo of his family amidst a sea of pumpkins.
Rhett's wife, Lauren, also shared memories of the pumpkin patch visit, posting a pic of the couple's two daughters peering through the eyes of a giant pumpkin head cut-out.
"Willa Gray loving fall, pumpkins & Halloween AJ will learn to love it we hope haha," she wrote next to the photo of her daughters' very different facial expressions in the photo. See the adorable imageshere.
All proceeds from the event will be shared among nine different organizations working to provide relief to the people of Puerto Rico, who are still suffering after the catastrophic Hurricane Maria.
Check out Bruno's performance and learn how you can make donations to the One Voice: Somos Live! campaignhere.
Later she'd share additional pictures, promising more to follow when she comes off of cloud nine. Her husband, Kelly, also shared his gratitude and excitement on social media. "Last night was incredible. To all of our people who came and gave their love and wished us well and danced their asses off: thank you so very much," he captions a photo.
Kelly proposed on Christmas Eve of 2016 and Musgraves shared the big news later on Instagram. "I didn't say yes'I said HELL YESSSS!!!" she wrote at the time. See the postshere.
"The media has always been obsessed with it [her size]," she told the Daily Mail. "And I have felt conflicted over the years. Do you address it? Do you talk about it? Because then you just add to the noise. But people like me to talk about it, so I don't really mind carrying that flag. I love that people come up to me and say: 'Because you are comfortable in your skin, you have made me more comfortable in mine.' That's the best compliment ever."
She addressed the issue directly while introducing the song during an exclusive showcase at New York's Rainbow Room last month. Read her commentshere.
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